Driving me crazy. (I have checked the IPV6 settings on both, and they're fine.) AOC says: 7 years ago BitDefender Total Security 2010 defaults to disabling Home Network. Forum SolvedVery specific problem regarding logging into Windows 7 blind Forum SolvedTool to lock specific applications on Windows 7 Forum Samsung Smart TV UN50ES6100F - not able to connect to my Windows XP Go to Start > Control Panel > Network Connections. john says: 5 years ago Hi - This is the same issue I am having - the response would help me a lot thanks george says: 5 years ago Asseem, I
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It would be very helfull if you could give me a clear step by step procedure. I have reshared. by R. by Slikkster / January 12, 2009 6:45 AM PST In reply to: More info I went to Newegg.com and read some reviews.
Tommy says: 5 years ago Thanks Hvitie!! I just bought my router a few months ago so it should support it. stubie says: 5 years ago I have exactly the same problem, won't save changes on network discovery and file sharing. Windows Cannot Setup A Homegroup On This Computer Windows 7 Proffitt Forum moderator / January 26, 2009 11:57 AM PST In reply to: Here is what I have done so far...without ANY luck I read carefully each of your posts and
rdc85Sep 4, 2012, 2:15 PM Definitely from the card. A friend has been helping me, but still we are unable to access the homegroup. I had to reduce some compontents out of the normal Win 7 installation package by using vLite. Make sure the value is set to 0.
Thanks, Sam ebw says: 6 years ago have 1 desktop (XP) and 1 laptop (win7). List Five Windows 7 Troubleshooters All IPv4 addresses are from the same range ( PC usually is connected with cable and laptop - wireless. In the Sharing window, from the options at right, select Internet Sharing and make sure that Internet Sharing is set to Off. wes says: 5 years ago after all this I still get the error that windows cannot set up a homegroup on this computer, 2 win 7, 1 win xp x64 that
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mmj_lee says: 6 years ago Hi, I have a network with a win7 desktop, win7 laptop, xp laptop and a network hard drive connected to the router. why not try these out I was able to get two new computers, one a laptop and the another pc added to the homegroup on the older PC we had already set up with a Homegroup. Can't Join Homegroup Windows 7 dodger46Sep 2, 2012, 3:09 AM You're hoping it will isolate a bad stick which could be causing the problem. Windows No Longer Detects A Homegroup On This Network Thanks for the article!
I have 6 machines connected to my "server" homegroup, except one! this content The laptop is connected to a Belkin N wireless router and i have the PC connected directly to it. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Thanks for all the help dodger46 and rdc85. Windows 7 Homegroup Not Working
While this simultaneous connection (also known as ‘network bridging’) may be useful on some home networks, it causes problems on the campus network. I created a Homegroup, setup the password, both PCs are in the same network (DHCP, 192.168.1.100 and 192.168.1.101). In this article, I will try to exhaustively go through all the different reasons why you may not be able to access your HomeGroup. http://renoscanner.com/windows-7/how-to-dual-boot-windows-xp-and-windows-7-xp-installed-first.html CoolBurn, Nov 6, 2014 #2 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.
I'd appreciate any further thoughts you may have. Can't Create Homegroup Windows 7 Get the answer rdc85Sep 1, 2012, 3:33 PM For checking memory one stick at a time is advised. of course they have a BS customer service policy.I'll try the RAM testing tomorrow.
This is driving me insane.
Both of my computers connect individually and give me their own password, but neither sees the other so I don't get the opportunity to enter the password. DWQuinn says: 6 years ago I have a desktop and two laptops running Windows 7. I can see the other computer I can actually access it now but I can not join the homegroup it just times out. How To Join A Homegroup Windows 7 I have a wireless card installed and the PC runs flawlessly when using the wireless instead of hard wire.
I shared my drives, made sure they are on the same workgroup but still can not see them on my wireless network. I also changed my power setting from Balanced to High Performance. well at least its free...My computer is hooked up to my 32" LCD 720p TV through the DVI/HDMI output on my Geforce 9500 GT. http://renoscanner.com/windows-7/windows-7-install-hangs-at-starting-windows.html Access type displays: No Internet access.Had VMWare installed with 4 virtual adapters.
I am on dial-up, too. Yet, I had no luck. So you can check the setting in the registry by going to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip6\Parameters In the right pane, right-click on DisabledComponents and select Modify. At least it doesnt go all over the place like firefox did.
Any other ideas suggestions? by MarkFlax Forum moderator / January 12, 2009 5:49 AM PST In reply to: Not so Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - This is a common issue when... But, I cannot get a printer to work under any circumstances - either local or network. Both computers are connected to my network through a Cisco Catalyst 2900XL Switch. 3.
Any ideas? On the desktop, I can see the win7 laptop in the same workgroup but on the laptop, the desktop is not visible. Downloaded latest drivers. the computer says that there is no homegroup connected in my network whereas i just mad a homegroup with my other pc.
I have gone through all the troubleshooting procedures, but to no avail. Any help is appreciated! I was able to get three working (those under the same license) on the homegroup but not the fourth.